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Brooktrout, Excel Switching and SnowShore now also owned by Dialogic October 05, 2007 10:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time MONTREAL--( BUSINESS WIRE )--Dialogic Corporation (“Dialogic”) announced today that it has acquired all of the outstanding shares of EAS Group Inc. (“EAS”). Subsidiaries of EAS include Cantata Technology, Inc., Excel Switching Corporation, Brooktrout Technology, Inc. and SnowShore Networks Inc. The acquisition was a share-based transaction and the former shareholders of EAS are now minority shareholders in Dialogic. Through the acquisition of EAS and its subsidiaries, Dialogic will expand its product portfolio and customer base in the communications technology enabling market segment with the rich portfolio of Cantata® communication boards and software. The addition of the SnowShore® IP Media Server™, the Excel Converged System Platform (“CSP”), the Excel Multi-Services Platform (“MSP”) and Cantata Technology™ IMG 1010™ product families to Dialogic’s product portfolio will enable Dialogic to expand its customer base in the service provider market segment. The addition of the Brooktrout® TR1000™, Brooktrout TR1034™, Brooktrout® TruFax® and Brooktrout® SR140™ product families will also strengthen Dialogic’s leading position in the enterprise market segment. “We are very excited about this acquisition,” said Nick Jensen, Dialogic’s President and CEO. “It allows us to consolidate our position as the market segment leader and broaden our leading edge product and services portfolio. We are confident that we will seamlessly integrate this business into Dialogic as successfully as we did last year when we acquired Intel Corporation’s media and signaling business. Our customers can be assured that, despite our significant growth, we will remain a company that is easy to do business with. As well, all of our stakeholders can be assured that we will continue to build Dialogic through vision, focus and excellent execution of our strategy.” The new product lines will be added to Dialogic’s already expansive selection of products that include technology leading Dialogic® Host Media Processing software, Dialogic® signaling software and the industry’s broadest selection of media processing boards, SS7 signaling components, and robust PBX-to-IP media gateways. “Once we started talking with Dialogic, we knew there would be great synergy in the product roadmaps. Dialogic already had products like the IMG 1010 and MSP integrated signaling and media gateways and platforms on its roadmap. With this acquisition, Dialogic is able to offer these products now. For example, the IMG1010 with its NEBS 3 design improves Dialogic’s position in the carrier-grade market segment. Additionally, the SnowShore IP Media Server combined with the current Dialogic® Multi Media Platform (MMP) offers our customers market leading IMS-ready products,” said Tim Murray, Chief Operating Officer at Dialogic, formerly CEO of Cantata Technology. About Dialogic Corporation Dialogic Corporation is a leading provider of open systems platforms to both the Enterprise and Service Provider markets. The platforms enable converged communications, allowing service providers, developers and system integrators to deliver services, content and applications using multimedia processing and signaling technologies. Headquartered in Montreal, Canada, Dialogic and its subsidiaries have over twenty offices worldwide, providing local presence, knowledge and support to serve its customers around the globe. Dialogic’s research and development centers are located in Parsippany, New Jersey; Buffalo, New York; Needham, Massachusetts; Hyannis, Massachusetts; Salem, New Hampshire; London, England; Dublin, Ireland; and Stuttgart, Germany as well as Montreal. Information about Dialogic is available at www.dialogic.com . Dialogic, Cantata, Brooktrout, SnowShore and TruFax are registered trademarks and other trademarks mentioned herein are trademarks of Dialogic Corporation. Dialogic encourages all users of its products to procure all necessary intellectual property licenses required to implement their concepts or applications, which licenses may vary from country to country.